Video shows Starbucks barista holding back tears in customer interaction
The video was posted by the TikTok account “PublicFreakoutVideos.” The owner of the account told the Daily Dot a viewer submitted the video, and they are not aware of the identity of the barista or customer.
As of now, the video has about 2 million likes on TikTok and more than 16,000 comments. Multiple comments were sympathetic to the barista, accusing the customer of treating him harshly.
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Tweets to find out the reaction of Internet users to this viral clip video of a Starbucks barista crying and having a meltdown about long work hours and dealing with rude customers has gone viral. In the video, he talks about the unfair treatment of workers and how feels the management was making the people on the shift work extra.
Video shows Starbucks barista holding back tears
The video that starts with the barista talking about quitting soon has become a topic of discussion How evil can you be to make a Starbucks barista cry over your Starbucks latte and then film it. Video shows Starbucks barista holding back tears in customer interaction.
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The video, which was originally posted on TikTok about five days ago, recently made rounds on Twitter, and it shows a Starbucks barista choking back tears after an interaction with a customer.In the video, the barista is seen giving a customer the business card for the location’s manager, then apologizing for the service not being up to the customer’s satisfaction.
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The customer, who is not visible in the video and appears to be capturing the ordeal, continually repeats, “That’s a free drink.” After giving the customer their drink, the barista then tells the customer to have a wonderful day, appearing to suppress his tears, as he slams the drive-thru window.
After giving the customer their drink, the barista then tells the customer to have a wonderful day, appearing to suppress his tears, as he slams the drive-thru window.